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1 Omni LTe Control & Security System Includes the SIA CP-01 Control Panel Standard Features for False Alarm Reduction Owner's Manual Document Number 20R00-70 September, 2012

2 Copyright 2012 Home Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved

3 Contents INTRODUCTION... 1 Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) Listing... 1 OVERALL DESCRIPTION... 2 Console Operation... 2 Normal Top-Level Display... 3 Display Menus... 4 Main Menu... 4 Enable or Disable Console Beeper Locally at the Console... 4 Error Beeps... 5 Trouble Beeps... 5 Confirmation Beep... 5 Cancel... 5 Time Out... 5 Omni LTe Maintenance... 5 SECURITY SYSTEM OPERATION... 6 Disarming the Security System and Silencing Alarms... 6 Arming the Security System... 6 Using Shortcut Keys... 7 Quick Arm... 7 What Happens When You Arm the Security System... 8 Exit Error... 8 Bypassing Zones... 9 Auto-Bypass... 9 Restoring Zones... 9 What To Do When You Come Home What Happens When the Alarm is Activated Burglar Alarm Activated Fire Alarm Activated Gas Alarm Activated Emergency Keys Police Emergency Fire Emergency Auxiliary Emergency Duress Code Entered or Duress Alarm Activated Alarm Reset Alarm Cancel Trouble Indications Codes Master Code Manager Code User Code Duress Code Panic Switches Testing Your System... 14

4 CONTROL Control Commands About UPB HLC Format About Rooms About Scene Switches Scene Switch LED Indicators About House Status Switches About Vizia RF Z-Wave Vizia RF Z-Wave Format About X House Codes Unit Numbers Scrolling Through Names Controlling Units Controlling a Room of HLC Lighting Configuring Lighting Scenes in an HLC Room Controlling Individual Lighting Loads in an HLC Room or UPB Units Controlling Vizia RF Z-Wave Controlling a Room of Vizia RF Z-Wave Lighting Controlling Individual Lighting Loads in an Vizia RF Z-Wave Room Controlling X-10 Units Timed Commands Status of a Unit Internal Flags Controlling Outputs All On / Off All Lights On All Off UPB Links Activating and Deactivating Links Setting a Link (Lighting Scenes) Buttons Temperature Control Omnistat Communicating Thermostats Programmable Energy Saver Modules (PESMs) Freeze Alarms Indoor and Outdoor Temperature Temperature Control of Appliances Temperature Alarms Humidity Status Configuring HLC Devices Configuring HLC Devices using an Omni Console Configuring HLC Devices using an OmniTouch Touchscreen Setup Mode for HLC Devices Event Log Show Events Messages Show Message Log Message Clear Message Say Message... 37

5 Phone Message Send Message (Pro-Link) TELEPHONE CONTROL Telephone Interface In-House Phones Remote Phones Phone Access Denied - Remote Lockout Alternate Method Main Menu Control Security Button All Temperature Status Events Phone Good-Bye Panic Button over the Phone (# # # # # #) Emergency Dial-Out Digital Dialer Voice Dialer How the Omni LTe Voice Dialer Works What the Omni LTe Voice Dialer Does What the Omni LTe Voice Dialer Does What You Hear - If Your Omni LTe Calls You Entering the Code PC Access Built-In Ethernet Port Controller IP Address, Port Number, and Encryption Key Omni LTe Ethernet Connections Connecting to Network via PC Access Dynamic DNS SETUP Configuration and Advanced Control Programming (ACP) Set Up Codes Authority Level = Master = Manager = User Access Times Duress Code Set Up Time Advanced Control Programming (ACP) = Add Programs = Show Programs = Delete All Programs Edit Programs... 53

6 Edit Programs When Times Programs Button and Event Programs Control Unit / Switch Press Event Buttons Security Mode Event Buttons Zone Event Buttons All On/Off Event Buttons UPB Link Event Buttons Alarm Event Buttons X-10 Event Buttons Miscellaneous Event Buttons Message Event Buttons (Pro-Link) Edit Program Command Program Control Commands Unit Toggle Command UPB Blink Command Timed Level Command Program Security Commands Program Button Commands Program All On / All Off Commands Program Video Commands Program Temperature Commands Raise or Lower Temperature Command Program Energy Cost Program Message Commands Display Message without Beeping / Without Beeping or Flashing the LED Beep Command Enable or Disable Beeper Programmatically Edit Program Condition Program Control Conditions Program Security Mode Conditions Program Zone Conditions Program Time Clock Conditions Program Other Conditions Set Up Dial Telephone Access Answer Outside Call Remote Commands Rings Before Answer Dial Type My Phone Number Dial Out Number Dial Out Numbers Dial Order Set Up Arming Entry Delay Exit Delay Exit Time Restart Unvacated Premises Entry/Exit Chime Perimeter Chime Enable Quick Arm Enable Auto Bypass All On For Alarm Beep On Trouble... 69

7 Set up Miscellaneous Controller IP Address Controller Port Number Encryption Key Latitude, Longitude, and Time Zone Daylight Savings Time Clocks High Security Mode Announce Alarms Enable Freeze Alarm Flash For Alarm Console 1-4 Audible Exit Delay House Codes 1 and 2 Format House Codes 1 and 2 All Off House Codes 1 and 2 All On Set Up Names Set Up Voice Set Up Address AUDIO CONTROL Changing Audio Source Changing Audio Zone Configuring Source and Zone Names Programming Audio Commands Example Programming of Audio Commands UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES REQUIREMENTS FIRE ESCAPE PLANNING FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION NOTICE: CANADIAN INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE APPENDIX A - DIAL OUT PLANNER INSTRUCTIONS TO CALLED PARTY APPENDIX B - TEXT DESCRIPTION CHARACTER CODES APPENDIX C - VOICE DESCRIPTION CODES APPENDIX C ADVANCED FEATURES User Settings Enhanced Programming Enhanced Conditions Real-Time Operation Status of Thermostats Omnistat2 Features Fan Cycle Mode Vacation Hold Humidity Display Humidity Setpoints Outdoor Temperature Occupancy Status Time and Date Energy Status... 92

8 HAI Access Control Validating HAI Access Control Cards and Key Tags Logging of the User assigned to the Access Control Card or Key Tag Activating an Electric or Magnetic Lock Arming or Disarming of the Security System Activating Automation Programs User Setup Enrolling Access Control Cards or Key Tags Deleting Access Control Cards or Key Tags Enabling and Disabling Access Control Cards or Key Tags Assign Access Control Cards and Key Tags to Specific Access Control Readers Log Access Control Card and Key Tag Activity Configuring Access Control Cards or Key Tags for Arming and Disarming... 96

9 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing your new Omni LTe automation system. You are about to enjoy a new feeling of security, comfort, convenience, and control. Omni LTe coordinates lighting, heating and air, security, scenes, messages, and audio based on your lifestyle and schedule. Please take a few moments to become familiar with all of the features of your system by reviewing this manual. Please keep this manual on file for future reference. It is recommended that you also review the installation and operating instructions provided with your smoke and gas detectors (if used in your system). If you do not have a copy of these documents, ask your installer - See Underwriter's Laboratories Requirements. In the event that there are any questions, please call your installer first. If you need assistance directly from the manufacturer, call us at (504) , between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Central Time, Monday-Friday. We will be happy to assist you. When calling, please have the model and serial number of your unit, which can be found on the inside of the controller. For your convenience, we suggest that you record this information: MODEL NUMBER: SERIAL NUMBER: Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) Listing The 20A00-70, -72, and -73 Omni LTe controllers and consoles have been tested and Listed by UL for the following applications: UL Household Fire Warning System Units UL Household Burglar Alarm System Units In a UL Listed Installation, failure to operate and program the system as described in this manual is a violation of the Listing Mark. See Underwriter's Laboratories Requirements for more information. Page 1

10 OVERALL DESCRIPTION Console Operation The console is designed with everything that is necessary for you to program and operate your Omni LTe control and security system. Because we feel that it is very important for you to feel comfortable with the operation of your Omni LTe, we recommend that you start by becoming familiar with your console. The OFF (1), DAY (2), NIGHT (3), and AWAY (4) keys are called shortcut keys. This means that you may press these keys to go directly to that function without having to go into one of the "hidden" menus. OMNI CONTROL SECURITY BUTTONS POL ALL EVENTS TEMP MESSAGE STATUS FIRE SETUP AUX CANCEL MENU 1- ' OFF ' The ' OFF ' key is used to disarm (deactivate) the security system, reset emergency alarms, and silence all sirens and sounders. 2- ' DAY ' The ' DAY ' key is used to arm the security system in the Day mode. In the Day mode, the perimeter zones (doors and windows) are protected, however, the interior zones are not armed so that you may move about freely inside. In this mode, there is an entry delay on entry-exit zones. 3- ' NIGHT ' The ' NIGHT ' key is used to arm the security system in the Night mode. In the Night mode, the doors, windows, and non-sleeping area motion detectors are armed. In this mode, there is no entry delay so the alarm will be activated immediately if any zone is violated. 4- ' AWAY ' The ' AWAY ' key is used to arm the security system in the Away mode. In the Away mode, all zones (doors, windows, motions, etc.) are armed. There is an entry delay on entry-exit zones, so that you can disarm the system when you return through the door. Page 2

11 5- Down Arrow The Down Arrow key is used to scroll through menus and lists. The down arrow is used to scroll down the list from first to last (for example, when the first program is being displayed, pressing the down arrow will cause the next program to be displayed). 6- UP ARROW The Up Arrow key is used to scroll through menus and lists. The Up Arrow is used to scroll back through a list (for example, if you have already used the down arrow to scroll to an item, the Up Arrow will bring you back to a previous item). 7- CONSOLE LED The Console LED is used to indicate whether the security system is currently armed or disarmed. If armed in any security mode, the LED is set to red. If the system is disarmed, the LED is set to green. The LED flashes when a Message is displayed. 8- CONSOLE DISPLAY The Console Display is used to show the current security mode and to give useful information that will guide you through normal operations of your Omni LTe control and security system. 9- CONSOLE KEYPAD The Console Keypad is used to enter user codes for arming, disarming, bypassing, and restoring zones. In some cases, the keys (0-9) are assigned to different functions. From the top-level display, each key functions as a menu choice. 10- CONSOLE BEEPER The Console Beeper is used to confirm a keystroke, alert user of errors and troubles, and sound upon entry and exit delays. 11- ' * ' KEY The ' * ' Key is used to cancel and return the display to the previous menu. When you are entering a number, ' * ' will cancel the previously entered digits and will prompt you to reenter the number. 12- ' # ' KEY The ' # ' Key is used to enter or confirm a selection. It may also be used to display a menu or to offer you additional choices. Normal Top-Level Display In its normal state, the console display will show the day, date, and time on the top line, and the system status on the bottom line. If all doors, windows, sensors, etc. are closed, no zones are bypassed, and if there are no troubles, the bottom line will show "SYSTEM OK" as seen below: Thu Dec 13, 07 SYSTEM OK 4:00 PM If one of the doors, windows, motion, or other detector connected to the Omni LTe is open, or has detected motion, the bottom line of the display will say, "ZONE NAME NOT RDY". For example, the display will show, "FRONT DOOR NOT RDY". If the zone name has not been entered during set up, the display will give the zone number and zone type. This display will remain for 2 seconds, then the next zone not ready, in trouble, or bypassed will be displayed. Page 3

12 Display Menus The system has been designed to be easy to operate. Whenever you press a key on the console, the top line of the display will indicate what you are doing. To the right of that is your selection or current setting. The bottom line will show a menu of your next options. To the lower right corner of the display is the direction arrow(s). Where possible, the up (), down and two-headed ) arrow characters are shown on the console display to indicate which arrow keys may be pressed at that time. When using the arrow keys to scroll through lists of buttons, codes, temperature zones, units, or zones, only the named items are displayed. If no text description has been given to an item, it will be skipped over when scrolling through that list. You can still enter any item number to access it directly, and then scroll up and down among the named items. To look at another specific item, simply enter the item number followed by the Down Arrow key. In some cases, the keypad keys (0-9, *, #) are assigned to different functions or menus. A key assignment is indicated by the character key directly in front of the new function on the bottom line of the display. For example, if the bottom line says, "2=DELETE", you may press the 2 key to delete. From the top-level display, each key functions as a menu choice. Simply press the appropriate key and you will enter that menu. Main Menu The main menu is entered from the top-level display by pressing the ' # ' key. This menu displays all of the functions that you can perform from the console. It is not necessary to display the main menu before selecting a function if the number for the desired menu item is known. The following menu choices are available: 1=CONTROL 2=SECURITY 3=BUTTON 4=ALL 5=TEMP 7=EVENTS 9=SETUP 6=STATUS 8=MESSAGE Menu 1 - Selects Control functions for controlling lights and appliances. Menu 2 - Selects Security functions (arming, disarming, bypassing, and restoring). Menu 3 - Allows a Button (macro) to be activated. Menu 4 - Selects All Lights On / All Units Off commands and Leviton Scene Control commands. Menu 5 - Allows Temperature control for Thermostats and Energy Saver Modules. Menu 6 - Allows various status items to be displayed. Menu 7 - Allows you to view an event log of security "happenings". Menu 8 - Allows you to show, log, clear, say, phone, or send a message. Menu 9 - Allows you to enter setup mode for different operating configurations. Enable or Disable Console Beeper Locally at the Console From the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 0 key on the console keypad. CONSOLE BEEP: 0=OFF 1=ON Press 0 to disable the beeper at the respective console. Press 1 to enable the beeper at the respective console. Page 4

13 Error Beeps If you press a key that is invalid for the function that you are doing, the console will beep 3 times, indicating that it is not a valid option. Look at the bottom line of the display to see what keys you can press next. Trouble Beeps The Omni LTe constantly checks the entire system for proper operation. If trouble is found, the trouble is displayed on the bottom line and the console will beep at the rate of two beeps per second to alert you to the trouble. This feature can be turned off if desired - See Set Up Arming, Beep On Trouble. To silence Trouble Beeps, press the ' * ' key. For more information, see Trouble Indications. Confirmation Beep When you have successfully completed a function, such as entering a program or changing a setup item, the console will beep once. Cancel If you are ever unsure and wish to return to the top-level display, press the ' * ' key. You may have to press it more than once, depending on how far into the function (menu) you are. Each time you cancel out of an operation, the console will beep once to indicate that you have canceled. The ' * ' key can also be used if you make a mistake while entering a number. For example, if you enter a 2 when you meant to enter a 3, press the ' * ' key to start over. Time Out If you are called away from the console for any reason (to take a phone call, for instance) while you are engaged in an operation, the console will "time out" and cancel it for you after 3 minutes. The display will return to the normal toplevel display. Omni LTe Maintenance Your Omni LTe controller and the consoles are designed to require very little maintenance. For smoke detectors, motion detectors, and other components not manufactured by HAI by Leviton, follow maintenance procedures outlined by the manufacturer. Consoles can be cleaned using a mild detergent and a soft cloth. Every three years, or if the "BATTERY LOW TROUBLE NOW" indication comes on and stays on for an extended period without reason, the rechargeable battery in the controller should be replaced. The recommended battery type is a 12-volt, 7 amp-hour sealed lead-acid battery. To replace the battery, disconnect the red battery wire from the battery (+) terminal. Cover the connector at the end of the wire with electrical tape to avoid its touching anything in the enclosure. Disconnect the black wire from the battery (-) terminal and cover the connector at the end of the black wire with tape. Remove the old battery. Install the new battery by reversing the removal procedure. Be very careful to connect the Black wire to the (-) terminal on the battery; Red wire to the (+) terminal. Page 5

14 SECURITY SYSTEM OPERATION Disarming the Security System and Silencing Alarms Before going any further, you should know how to disarm your security system in the event that the alarm sounds. Turning the system OFF disarms the burglar alarm, resets emergency alarms, and silences all sirens and sounders. Press the OFF key. OFF Watch the display. The top line will read "DISARM" - The bottom line will read "ENTER CODE", indicating that you must enter your code number to disarm the system. For each digit that you press, an "X" will appear indicating that the key has been pressed. Now enter your four-digit code That's all there is to it! After the four-digit code has been successfully entered, the console will beep once to indicate that you have correctly disarmed the system. The console LED will be set to green and the display will return to the normal top-level system display. If an incorrect code is entered, the console will beep three times and display *** INVALID CODE *** Re-enter your code. In the event that you make a mistake, press the OFF key again, and then enter your four-digit again. Practice disarming your system until you are comfortable with this procedure. NOTES: Panic, Tamper, and Fire zones are always armed, as are the Emergency buttons on the console. In the event that the alarm has been activated, the menu keys and the arrow keys are locked out. You must silence the alarm using the OFF, DAY, NIGHT, or AWAY keys. Arming the Security System Now that you know how to disarm the system, here's how to arm the security system. The security menu is used to arm and disarm the security system. To enter the security menu, from the top-level display, press the 2 key on the console keypad. The console should display: 0 = OFF 0=OFF 1=DAY 2=NIGHT 3=AWAY 4=VACATION 5=DAY INST 6=NIGHT DLY 8=BYPASS 9=RESTORE The OFF key disarms the security system, resets the fire and emergency alarms, and silences all sirens and sounders. 1 = DAY The DAY mode is intended for use when someone will occupy the house or business that is being protected. In the Day mode, the perimeter zones (doors and windows) are armed; however, interior motion detectors and interior traps Page 6

15 are not armed so that you may move about freely inside. In the Day mode, there will be an Entry Delay on the Entry- Exit zone, so that someone arriving can turn off the alarm before it sounds. 2 = NIGHT The NIGHT mode is used when you are asleep and everyone in your household is at home. In the Night mode, your doors, windows, and non-sleeping area (i.e. downstairs) motion detectors are armed. In the Night mode, there is no entry delay. The alarm system sounder will be activated immediately if any door, window, or non-sleeping area (motion detector) is tripped. 3 = AWAY Use the AWAY mode when you leave your house and no one is home. All doors, windows, and motion detectors are armed. All zones have an Exit Delay so that you will have time to leave and close the door after you arm the system. The system will be fully armed after the Exit Delay. There is an Entry Delay on the Entry-Exit zones in the Away mode, so that you will have time to turn the system off when you return through your door. Note that the Entry Delay only applies if you come in through an Entry-Exit zone. If someone attempts to climb into a window, or if an interior zone is tripped before the Entry-Exit zone, the alarm will be activated immediately. If you do enter through an Entry-Exit zone first, then the other zones are disabled during the Entry Delay, in case you have to cross through another zone to get to your console (an interior motion detector, for example). 4 = VACATION This mode arms all doors, windows, and interior motion detectors (same as Away mode). There is an Entry Delay on the Entry-Exit zones. Use this mode when you are leaving for a period of days. 5 = DAY INST (DAY INSTANT) Functions same as Day mode, however, there is no Entry Delay on any of the security zones. There will be an instant alarm if any of the zones are violated while in this mode. 6 = NIGHT DLY (NIGHT DELAY) Functions same as Night mode, however, there is an Entry Delay on the Entry-Exit zones. Use this mode if you are going to sleep but a family member is expected home at a later time. Using Shortcut Keys There are three shortcut keys on the console to arm the system in the Day, Night, and Away security modes, and Off to disarm, without having to go into the security menu. From the top-level display, press one of the shortcut security keys. Enter your code number on the console keypad. The console will beep once and the console LED will be set to red. The top line will display the security mode to indicate that you have correctly armed the system. The system will be fully armed after the Exit Delay expires. The programmed Entry Delay is seconds. The programmed Exit Delay is seconds. Quick Arm For extra convenience, the Omni LTe can be armed by simply pressing the DAY, NIGHT, or AWAY button twice, eliminating the need to enter the code. To quick arm the system in the Away mode, from the top-level display, press: AWAY AWAY The quick arm feature only works if the alarm system is in the Off mode, and if no alarms are sounding. This feature is disabled when the system is shipped. If desired, it can be enabled or disabled at any time - See Set Up Arming, Enable Quick Arm. Page 7

16 What Happens When You Arm the Security System To arm the system into one of the 6 security modes, from the security menu, choose the security mode and press the appropriate key (1-6), and then enter your user code number on the console keypad or use one of the Shortcut Keys as described. The console will beep once and the console LED will be set to red The controller will cycle power to reset smoke detectors The top line will display the security mode. The bottom line will display, " *** ARMING SYSTEM *** " to indicate that the system is being armed. The system will be fully armed after the Exit Delay expires. If arming in Away or Vacation mode: Consoles configured with Audible Exit Delay enabled, will beep until the Exit Delay has expired. During the last 10 second of the Exit Delay, the console will beep twice as fast; so leave and close the door promptly. If enabled, Exit Time Restart will restart the exit delay if the same zone is violated twice within the original exit delay. For example, after arming the system if you open the front door to leave, close the front door behind you, and then reenter through the front door while the exit delay is still in effect, the exit delay will be restarted. This is designed to give you additional time to exit without causing an alarm. The exit time will only be restarted once within a given arming period. If Unvacated Premises is enabled, if no exit zone is violated during the exit delay (i.e. the premises was not vacated), the system will automatically arm to Day mode at the expiration of the exit delay. Exit Error The Exit Error feature is designed to prevent accidental alarms caused by an error while arming. If an entry-exit zone is Not Ready (unsecured) when the exit delay expires, the Exit Error sequence is initiated as follows: The sounder(s) are activated Console Entry Chime comes on The console will display: " *** DISARM SYSTEM *** - PRESS OFF THEN CODE " The system will wait the Entry Delay time If the security system is not turned off during the Entry Delay: The display shows the type of alarm and the violated zone: " BURGLAR ALARM! - ZONE NAME TRIPPED " The system waits the Dial Out Delay, then if configured, begins to dial out The central station will be sent a code representing the type of alarm, zone violated, and an Exit Error code The When Alarm macro is activated (any associated programs will be executed) The Flash For Alarm Unit Number begins to flash on and off. Note: The Exit Error feature is incompatible with Auto Bypass. If enabled, Auto Bypass will override this feature. Page 8

17 Bypassing Zones 8 = BYPASS You can Bypass a zone that you do not want protected while the system is armed. Bypassing is also the only way that a tamper or panic zone can be disarmed. For example, if there is a liquor closet or gun case on a tamper zone, then you must bypass that zone to gain access to it. Another reason to Bypass a zone is if the zone is having trouble. If a zone is causing a trouble indication, you can bypass that zone to "cut it out" of the system until repairs are made. When a zone is bypassed, it is no longer checked for alarms. When you bypass a zone using the console (or over the phone) it will Stay bypassed until you Restore it. The console status display will show that the zone is bypassed only when the security system is disarmed. When the system is armed, it does not display bypassed zones. To bypass a zone, from the main menu or from the top-level display, press 2 on the console keypad, then 8 for bypass. Enter the zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the zone. After the zone is entered, you will be prompted to enter your security code. The bottom line will now read "ZONE NAME BYPASSED" to remind you that the zone is bypassed. If a fire zone is bypassed, the console will continue to beep until that zone is restored - See Restoring Zones. Auto-Bypass In order to prevent the alarm from sounding unexpectedly if a window or door is open when the system is armed, the Omni LTe will automatically bypass the zone if it is opened when the system is armed. Note that there is an exit delay before the system is armed in any mode. The bypass will only take place if the zone is not ready (i.e. open) when the exit delay is over and the system is actually armed. When a zone is Auto-Bypassed, it will be automatically restored once it is secure (i.e. closed), or the next time you arm or disarm the system. The auto-bypass is recorded in the event log as "ZONE NAME BYPASSED". To prevent any zone from being bypassed unintentionally, you should always look for "SYSTEM OK" on the display before arming and leaving the premises. The Auto-Bypass feature can be disabled if you do not want the system to automatically bypass open zones. If the auto-bypass feature is disabled, the alarm will sound if a zone not ready (i.e. open) when the system is armed. NOTE: The Auto-Bypass feature is disabled on UL Listed Installations. Restoring Zones 9 = RESTORE Restoring a zone puts it back on active duty in the system. When restored, the Bypassed indication will no longer be displayed on the status line and the zone will be checked for alarms. To restore a zone, from the top-level display, press 2 on the console keypad, then 9 for restore. Enter the zone number followed by the ' # ' key, or use the arrow keys to select the zone. Press ' 0 ' as the first key to restore all zones. The 0 = ALL choice is removed once a digit key or the down arrow is pressed. After the zone or all zones is entered, you will be prompted to enter your code. The console will beep and the display will return to the toplevel display. Page 9

18 What To Do When You Come Home If you enter using an entry door while the system is armed in the Day, Night Delay, Away, or Vacation mode: The console beeper comes on and beeps 4 times per second. The console display indicates: " *** DISARM SYSTEM *** - PRESS OFF THEN CODE " Any lights or control modules programmed to come on for the door that you used will do so. The system will wait the Entry Delay time. You should go to your console and immediately disarm the security system. Upon entering the first digit of the user code, the console beeper is silenced. If canceled, or an incorrect code is entered, the beeper is restarted. If you wish, you may go directly to a different security mode, rather than disarming the system. If you return home and hear the alarm sounding, DO NOT ENTER. Use a wireless phone or neighbor's phone to call for help. What Happens When the Alarm is Activated Burglar Alarm Activated If someone enters through any zone other than an Entry-Exit zone, if the security system is in the Night or Day Instant mode, or if the security system is not turned off during the Entry Delay: The sounder is activated, which makes a loud, continuous sound. The display shows the type of alarm and the zones that have been tripped: " BURGLAR ALARM! - ZONE NAME TRIPPED " If more than one zone is tripped, then the bottom line will show each zone tripped for two seconds. The When Alarm macro is activated. Any units programmed to come on will do so. The Flash For Alarm Unit Number begins to flash on and off. The system waits the Outside Siren Delay (0-60 seconds), then activates the sounder. If enabled, the system waits the Dial Out Delay (15-45 seconds), and then if programmed, the in-house phones are seized (disconnected) and the Omni LTe begins to dial out. There is a communicator delay (Dial Out Delay) of 30 seconds in this control panel. It can be removed, or it can be increased up to 45 seconds, at your option by consulting with your installer. If you are having your system monitored by a central station, the central station will be sent a code representing the type of alarm (burglary) and zone involved. In most cases, the central station will call back, requesting your password or passcode. If you are not using central station monitoring but are using the voice dial out capability, the system looks at the Dial Order to determine which number to call first, and calls that number. If you are using both central station monitoring and voice dial out, then the voice dial out is delayed by five minutes to give the central station time to call you back. For more information on the digital and voice dialer - See Digital Dialer and Voice Dialer. The system continues to sound all alarms and sirens, and flash the light(s) for the 6-30 minute Alarm Reset window. After Alarm Reset window has expired, the sounders are turned off, and the alarm system is reset. The console beeper stays on. If a zone is tripped after a reset, the alarm will again be activated, and the dialer will again dial out. At any time, the alarm system can be turned off at the console. Page 10

19 Fire Alarm Activated When the fire alarm is activated by the smoke/fire detector(s), the alarm responds exactly as described under Burglar Alarm Activated, except: The console display reads, " FIRE ALARM! - ZONE NAME TRIPPED ". The sounder will activate in a 3 pulse temporal pattern to distinguish the fire alarm from the burglar alarm. The fire alarm takes priority over the burglar alarm; however, if a gas alarm is already active, it will not override the gas alarm. NOTES: If multiple alarm types occur, such as both Fire and Police, the display will alternate between the alarm types. To reset smoke detectors, arm the system. When armed, the controller will cycle power to reset smoke detectors. Gas Alarm Activated When the gas alarm is activated, the alarm responds exactly as described under Burglar Alarm Activated, except: The console display reads, " GAS ALARM! - ZONE NAME TRIPPED ". The sounder will pulse on - off - on, then an extended off period to distinguish it from the burglar or fire alarm. The gas alarm takes priority over the burglar alarm, however, if a fire alarm is already active, it will not override the fire alarm. NOTE: To reset gas detectors, arm the system. When armed, the controller will cycle power to reset gas detectors. Emergency Keys Emergency alarm conditions can be activated through the console. These conditions (Fire, Police, and Auxiliary) are initiated with the simultaneous depression of two keys for approximately 1 second. OMNI POL FIRE AUX NOTE: The Emergency keys are always armed. The Fire and Auxiliary emergency alarms are silenced by pressing the ' * ' key. To cancel a Police emergency alarm you must press the Off key and enter your code. Page 11

20 Police Emergency When the 1 key and the 3 key is pressed simultaneously, the Police Emergency alarm is activated. This alarm operates exactly the same as described for Burglar Alarm Activated except: The console display indicates: " BURGLARY! - POLICE EMERG TRIPPED ". Fire Emergency The interior sounder and the outdoor siren are activated immediately. There is no outside siren delay. When the 4 key and the 6 key is pressed simultaneously, the Fire Emergency alarm is activated. This alarm operates exactly the same as described for Police Emergency Button except: The sounders activates in a 3 pulse temporal pattern distinguish the fire alarm from the burglar alarm. The console display will read: " FIRE ALM - FIRE EMERG TRIPPED ". The Fire Emergency alarm can be turned off at any time by pressing the ' * ' key. Auxiliary Emergency When the 7 key and the 9 key is pressed simultaneously, the Auxiliary Emergency alarm is activated. The console beeper comes on - display indicates: " AUX ALARM! - AUX EMG BTN TRIPPED ". The console beeper continues to sound until the alarm is reset. Duress Code Entered or Duress Alarm Activated (See Duress Code for a description of when to use) In the event that you enter your duress code or a Duress zone is tripped, the system performs a silent dial out as follows: No alarms, lights or console beepers are activated. The system does not display the duress alarm. The system waits the Dial Out Delay, and then begins to dial out. If you are having your system monitored, the central station will be sent a code representing a silent alarm (duress). Alarm Reset The alarm system will reset itself and turn off the sirens after the system has been in alarm for the configured Alarm Reset time window between 6-30 minutes. When the alarm system resets, any zone that is ready is reactivated, so the alarm system will be activated again if the zone is tripped. If a zone remains not ready (i.e. a door has been left open) it will be automatically bypassed when the alarm resets. Alarm Cancel At any time, you can disarm and silence an alarm by pressing the Off key and entering your code. If the alarm is disarmed after the Dial Out Delay but within the Alarm Reset window, the communicator will send the alarm code followed by a code indicating that the user has canceled the alarm and the console will display: " *** ALARM CANCEL *** ". If an alarm is disarmed before the Dial Out Delay has expired, the system will not report anything to the central station and the console will display " *** ALARM ABORTED *** ". If an alarm is canceled during a Voice Dial Out, the system hangs up immediately. Page 12

21 Trouble Indications The Omni LTe constantly monitors the alarm zones and several internal matters and will alert you if it detects trouble. The particular trouble is indicated on the bottom line of the display and a trouble signal is given by beeping the console beeper continuously, 2 beeps per second. When any trouble condition occurs, the console will beep twice per second and continue to beep until the ' * ' key (cancel) is pressed to acknowledge the trouble. The console will say "TRBL NOW" (trouble now) if the trouble condition actually exists while you are looking at the console. It will say "HAD TRBL" (had trouble) if the trouble occurred and then corrected itself. The following are trouble indications and their meanings: ZONE NAME TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: If the reading for a zone becomes abnormal, trouble will be indicated on that zone -See Status \ Test. Excessive resistance in the contact and wiring usually causes trouble on security zones. If the cause is not obvious, call your installer for service. AC POWER OFF TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated if the normal house current powering the Omni LTe controller is interrupted for more than 3 minutes. If this happens without good cause, check the wall mounted transformer to ensure that it hasn't come out of the wall socket and check to see that the socket has power. BATTERY LOW TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Every hour, the Omni LTe takes a dynamic test of the battery. If the battery voltage is too low, then the console will indicate "BATTERY LOW". If this happens, make sure that the battery is connected. The "BATTERY LOW" indication will remain until the next battery test is executed, 1 hour later, or when a Status Test command is given. COMMUNICATOR TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated if the digital communicator (not the voice dialer) was unable to make contact with the Central Station after trying both numbers multiple times. If this happens, there could be a problem with the system, central station, or the phone line. Call your installer for service. FUSE TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated when the solid state fuse that protects the "Auxiliary" power supply opens. The fuse will automatically reset when the fault condition is cleared. PHONE LINE DEAD TRBL NOW or HAD TRBL: Indicated if the phone line is dead for more than 1 minute. To silence the trouble beeps on the console, press the ' * ' key. If more than one type of trouble has occurred, the display will show each one for two seconds. Pressing the ' * ' key will acknowledge all trouble indications. If the trouble condition occurs again, the console beeper will beep again - See Set Up Arming, Beep On Trouble if you wish to disable the beeper. NO CONTROLLER DATA: Indicated when console's alarm functions are no longer operational. This may indicate a wiring problem to the console or a more serious problem. Call your installer for service. Codes There are 16 user codes that you may assign to users of the system. All Omni LTe codes are 4 digits in length. A code can be any number from 0001 to Each user should be assigned a security code with an authority level and times and days in which the code will be valid. Memorize your codes! Don't give them to anyone who doesn't need to know them. The levels of authority that you can assign to a user code are Master, Manager, and User. Master Code The Master code allows complete access to the entire system. Only the owner(s) or the one(s) who will govern the system should have and use the Master code. A Master code is valid at all times. User code 1 is always set to a Master code - See Set Up Codes. Page 13

22 Manager Code The Manager codes can arm/disarm the security system during assigned times. The Manager code can access functions that are code protected in High Security mode. Managers may also access the system from an outside telephone line. User Code User codes can only be used to arm and disarm the security system when the time assigned to that code is valid. Duress Code If you are forced to disarm the system against your will by an intruder, disarm it as you normally would, but use the Duress Code instead of your normal code. The system will disarm normally. No sirens will sound, no lights will flash, but the Omni LTe will perform a silent dial out and say that this is a silent alarm. To stop a silent dial out, turn your security system off the usual way, pressing Off key, then your code. Panic Switches If you have had panic switches installed, they are always armed. Pressing a panic switch will cause the alarm to activate. This alarm can only be silenced by pressing the Off key and a valid code on the console. Testing Your System We recommend testing your system on a weekly basis to ensure that you are fully protected. 1. Notify your Central Station that you intend to test the system. To test the siren, press the 1 and 3 keys simultaneously. Press OFF and enter your Code to cancel the alarm and silence the siren. 2. To test the security zones, you will need a partner to walk around your home and open and close all doors, windows, etc. that are connected to the system while you watch the console. Have a partner open each door and window, then close it. The display should show the zone name as being "NOT RDY" and then return to "SYSTEM OK" when closed. 3. Have your partner walk in front of all motion detectors (if installed) and verify that the console responds in a similar fashion. 4. Test your smoke detectors as recommended by the manufacturer. Be ready to silence the alarm system as soon as it sounds. 5. From the top-level display or from the main menu, press the 6 key then the 4 key. - The Battery reading should be over See Status \ Test. 6. Pick up an inside phone and press the # key. When the menu is spoken, press 8, Then 3. The Omni LTe should say "ADDRESS IS: "and play your name and address. If it does, the telephone dialer, telephone access and telephone control systems are all working correctly. 7. If you wish to test your system's link to your Central Station monitoring service, call them first and inform them that you will be testing your alarm system. Set off the alarm, allowing sufficient time for the Dial Out Delay (if enabled), and then turn the alarm system Off. The Central Station should receive the alarm code and cancel signal. 8. Remember to inform your Central Station when the test is complete. 9. To see a complete list of alarm system activities, view the system event log See Event Log. Page 14

23 CONTROL Control Commands The control features of the Omni LTe make it easy and convenient to control almost any light or appliance from the console or over the telephone. You may also have your heating and air conditioning (HVAC) under control of the system, which will allow you to save energy dollars by setting the temperature appropriately when you are home, asleep, or away. Furthermore, the Omni LTe can be used to program lights to make the home or business look occupied as a deterrent to thieves. The methods that the Omni LTe uses to control different devices are: HLC (UPB) switches, modules, and keypads for lights and appliances Leviton Vizia RF + (Z-Wave) lighting devices X-10 compatible modules (X-10, X-10 Pro, Leviton, PCS, etc.) for lights and small appliances. Omnistat Communicating Thermostats for controlling Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning systems. Programmable Energy Saver Modules (PESM) for central heating and air conditioning systems. Direct Output Control for relays to activate sprinklers, lighting, electric heating, etc. An Omni LTe will control, up to: 32 UPB switches, modules, and keypads (up to 4 rooms of HLC Lighting) 32 Vizia RF + lighting devices 32 X-10 compatible modules (two house codes) 4 Omnistat Communicating Thermostats 8 PESMs or Voltage Outputs Omni LTe also has 48 internal "flags" that are used for programming conditionals and executing programs. Page 15

24 About UPB UPB is a powerline communications standard for lighting and home control. UPB is a robust, two-way digital powerline carrier communications protocol which transmits signals over the existing wires in a home. UPB can coexist peacefully with X-10 systems, intercoms, baby monitors, speakers, etc. that communicate over the powerline. Using a Powerline Interface Module (PIM), Omni LTe sends UPB commands over the existing electrical wiring to special switches, modules, and keypads (UPB devices) that are designed with UPB technology. UPB switches are two-way devices, so Omni LTe knows the actual status of the switch when it is controlled locally. In addition, UPB switches, modules, and keypads can be used to trigger macros in the Omni LTe controller. When set to UPB, the Omni LTe controller can: Send commands (on, off, bright, dim, and level) to individual switches and modules Receive commands and status from individual switches and modules Send commands to keypads to change scenes and control LED backlight behind the keys Receive commands when buttons are pressed on keypads to activate Omni LTe macros Send Link commands to switches, modules, and keypads to activate scenes Receive Link commands when a button is pressed on a switch or on a keypad to activate Omni LTe macros Send Status Request messages to switches to update their status in the Omni LTe controller Receive the UPB Acknowledgement pulse that indicates that a switch has properly executed a command HLC Format HLC combines UPB Wall Switches, Dimmers, and Modules, UPB Room Controllers (Scene Switches), and UPB House Controllers (House Status Switches) to create lighting scenes that set the proper mood and ambiance for various activities. HLC format is a defined structure for configuring, programming, and operating all the HLC lighting devices in your home. Each House Code that is configured to use the HLC format consists of 2 rooms with up to 8 HLC devices in each room. Omni LTe supports up to 4 rooms of HLC lighting. Omni LTe can control up to 32 HLC devices. HAI by Leviton manufactured UPB devices (collectively referred to as HLC devices) can be configured using an Omni console or OmniTouch touchscreen connected to the Omni LTe controller. Other UPB devices may be used in the HLC structure, but cannot be configured using the Omni LTe controller; they must be configured using a PC running the UPB UPStart configuration software see Configuring HLC Devices. About Rooms Each room of HLC lighting consists of 8 consecutive unit numbers, starting at Unit 1 (i.e. Room 1 = Units 1-8, Room 2 = Units 9-16, Room 3 = Units 17-24, Room 4 = Units ). Each room can consist of a maximum of 8 HLC devices, configured as follows: Up to 7 HLC UPB Wall Switches, Dimmers, and/or Modules (for controlling up to 7 lighting loads in a room) 1 or more Scene Switch (set a scene in a room, turn the room on and off, and dim and brighten the room) 1 House Status Switch (for controlling up to 8 rooms of HLC lighting) 1 or more House Status Switches (used as a general purpose 8 button keypad controllers) The first unit number in each room (i.e. 1, 9, 17, and 25) is reserved for controlling the room. The name for this unit should reflect the room name (e.g. Kitchen, Great Room, Theater, etc.). HLC Wall Switches, Dimmers, or Modules cannot be programmed to these unit numbers. If one or more Scene Switches are used, the first Scene Switch should be set to the first unit number in the group (i.e. Unit 1); additional Scene Switches can be used by setting each to any other unused unit number in the group (i.e. Units 2-8). About Scene Switches The HLC UPB 6-Button Scene Switch allows for lighting control of a room where HLC UPB Wall Switches, Dimmers, and Modules have been installed. From a Scene Switch the room can be turned off (all loads in the group are turned off), turned on (all loads in the group are turned on), brightened (all loads are brightened from their current level), dimmed (all loads are dimmed from their current level), or set to one of 4 lighting scenes (A-D). Page 16

25 Scene Switch LED Indicators When the room is turned on, the LED indicator behind the On button is illuminated and all others are turned off. When the room is turned off, the LED indicator behind the Off button is illuminated and all others are turned off. When the room is brightened, the LED indicator behind the On is illuminated and all others are turned off. When the room is dimmed, the LED indicator that is currently illuminated stays on. When the room is set to a lighting scene (A- D), the LED indicator behind the respective scene letter is illuminated and all others are turned off. When Status Tracking is enabled (this is the default setting), Omni LTe keeps track of the exact status of each unit even when a lighting scene is initiated by the Scene Switch. Scene Switch s also keep track of when individual switches in a room are turned on and off. When all of the lighting loads in a room are turned off, the Off indicator is illuminated. If any of the lighting loads in a room are turned on at an HLC UPB Wall Switch or Dimmer, the On indicator will illuminate and the Off indicator is turned off. Likewise, if the On indicator or one of the scene indicators is illuminated, and then all of the lighting loads are turned off at HLC UPB Wall Switches and/or Dimmers, the Off indicator will illuminate and any others are turned off. About House Status Switches The HLC UPB 8-Button House Status Switch allows for controlling all 8 rooms of lighting where HLC UPB Wall Switches, Dimmers, and Modules have been installed. It can also be configured as a general purpose 8 button keypad controller used to trigger 8 different macro programs in the Omni LTe controller or to toggle between two different actions (i.e. turn lighting load on...turn lighting load off) each time a pushbutton is pressed. When used to control rooms of lighting in the HLC structure, each button on the House Status Switch is used to toggle all of the lights in the respective room on and off. When the room is turned on, the LED indicator behind the respective button is illuminated and all of the lights in the room are turned on. When the room is turned off, the LED indicator behind the respective button is turned off and all of the lights in the room are turned off. If a lighting load in the respective room is turned on, the LED indicator behind the button is illuminated. When all lighting loads in the respective room are turned off, the LED indicator behind the button is turned off. When used to control rooms of lighting in the HLC structure, each House Status Switch controls 4 consecutive rooms (i.e. Room 1-4). To configure a House Status Switch to control a group of 4 rooms, it must be set to the last unit number in one of the respective rooms. For example, a House Status Switch set to Unit 8, 16, 24, or 32 will control rooms 1-4. This allows you to have up to 4 House Status Switch throughout the house that control rooms 1-4. Within the HLC structure, House Status Switches can also be configured as a general purpose 8 button keypad controller that is used to trigger 8 different macro programs in the Omni LTe. When configuring a House Status Switch as a general purpose 8 button keypad controller, it must be set to a unit number between the first and last unit number in a room (i.e. 2-7, 10-15, 18-23, or 26-31). When configured as a general purpose 8 button keypad controller, programs must be created in the Omni LTe controller for the LED indicator behind each button to function. About Vizia RF Z-Wave Vizia RF Z-Wave is a wireless network protocol used for controlling lighting devices and communicating thermostats. Vizia RF series products offer advanced features such as lighting scenes and two way communications. Vizia RF Z-Wave Format Vizia RF Z-Wave format is a defined structure for associating, programming, and operating all the Vizia RF and Z- Wave lighting devices in your home. Each House Code that is configured to use the Vizia RF Z-Wave format consists of 2 rooms with up to 8 Vizia RF and/or Z-Wave devices in each room. Omni LTe supports up to 4 rooms (total of 32 Vizia RF Z-Wave lighting devices). Each Vizia RF Z-Wave device has its own Node ID (1-232). Page 17

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